Still stalking the streets of the community which would cure anyone's desire to live in Small Town America, 1950s edition, but now Tracy and I once again are traveling the Magic Highways of the Internet. As such, I am always happy to make new friends who contact me via email.
A wonderful email came yesterday from some folks masquerading as the Cox tech support team, featuring some spectacularly misspelled words. Yet again, these rascals have asked for my password. I actually wrote them a reply, suggesting that they master the English language.
Yes, some whoppers get by me - especially in yesterday's caffeine driven blog - but I'm not trying to empty your wallet or invade your computer.
Dear Cox.net Webmail subscriber
We currently working on it service upgrade,and to help prevent you from receiving spam messages. we apologies for any inconvenience it will cause you.
Failure to do this will immediately render your email address deactivated from our database.
please click on the link below to upgrade your Cox.net account.
Note: Cox.net Webmail Account holder who refuses to abide by this update will loose the account without prior notice after receiving this warning message
Thanks for using Cox.net Web mail
WebMail Admin System
Yes, I often listen to the TV without watching it, thank you very much
Yeah, I should have written NPR instead of PBS in my blog yesterday.
Sue me. Or better yet, make a pelage in my name.
quote of the Day
Those who have much are often greedy; those who have little always share. - Oscar Wilde
And you can't let May Day go buy without a quote from this lovely woman
If I can't dance I don't want to be part of your revolution.